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Hyderabad has emerged as a key destination for advanced technology and product innovation. The city has been able to attract global technology and electronics majors to set up their R&D, product development, engineering and manufacturing facilities. The goal now is to be able to generate 3 lakh jobs in next four years.

With an aim to make Hyderabad a global electronics cluster, dedicated industrial parks had been created for the sector in order to create the much needed electronics manufacturing ecosystem.

Inaugurating global chip company Intel’s design and engineering centre in Hyderabad on Monday, K T Rama Rao, Minister for IT, Industries, MA&UD, Government of Telangana emphasised, “We want to strengthen the electronics manufacturing ecosystem in Hyderabad and aim to add 3 lakh jobs in the sector in the next four years. We see leading technology companies growing their operations in the city which reflects a vibrant ecosystem and investment climate that Telangana offers.”

Telangana is planning big on electronics manufacturing. Efforts are being made to leverage the software ecosystem to create a sustainable manufacturing and R&D in the electronics space. In the last five years, the State could generate 30,000 jobs in electronics. With several electronics companies looking at Telangana as a base for electronics manufacturing, more investments will come up. Already the State has attracted investments of up to Rs 5,000 crore.

He sought Intel’s support in building the electronics ecosystem in the State as well as exploring manufacturing facilities of its own here.



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